Privacy policy

We respect and protect your privacy, so please read our privacy policy carefully to find out how we collect, process, protect or use your personal data.

Data controller

Enison d.o.o.
Dr. Luje Naletilića 10
10020 Zagreb
OIB: 18314675174
Kontakt: [email protected]

Which data do we collect and why?

You leave your personal data on this website voluntarily via an email contact from. When you send your personal data, you give us your consent to process, store and protect your personal data as described in this privacy policy.   

We do not process more personal data than necessary, only to provide a service and to reply to your enquiry. Your consent constitutes legal ground for the processing of your personal data. Your consent is given during the use of our website or sending an enquiry. 

When you send us an enquiry we can process the following personal data: your first name and family name, email address, contact telephone number and other data you provide in your contact form.   

The data you send us is stored in the electronic form in our data base.  The personal data you make available via contact form or email will be processed until the moment of your request for its deletion.   

The collected data is not transferred or stored outside the European Union.  

Privacy protection rules of other websites/third parties

You will find links to other web pages or portals on our website. Privacy protection rules on those web pages can be different from privacy protection rules on website. On our website we can also offer you links to social media networks which enable personal data sharing. We therefore advise you to get acquainted with privacy protection rules on other web pages, portals and social media networks.

Which cookies do we use and why?

Cookies are small text files used for storing information. Cookies are stored on your device when the website is uploaded in your browser. Cookies help our website function properly, making it more secure and allowing for better user experience. Cookies track how the website functions and analyse where improvements are necessary.   

As most Internet services, our website uses first party and third party cookies for different purposes. First party cookies are mainly required to ensure the proper functioning of the website, but they do not collect your personal data.   

Third party cookies used on our website are used to monitor the functioning of the website and your interaction with our website. This is done to provide you with the best user experience and to improve your interaction with our website.  

Types of cookies 

Strictly necessary cookies: Some cookies are required for you to experience the full functionality of our website. They allow us to maintain user sessions and prevent security threats. They do not collect or store any personal data.  

Statistics cookies: These cookies store information such as the number of webpage visitors, the number of one-time visitors, the pages visited, the source of visit etc. This data helps us understand and analyse how well the web page is functioning and where improvements are necessary.

Functionality cookies: Cookies that boost certain functionalities which are not essential on our website. These functionalities include incorporating content such as video clips or content sharing on the website on social media platforms.   

You can change or withdraw your consent on the use of cookies on our website at any time. Please be aware that by modifying or withdrawing your consent on the use of cookies on our website you may disable the functioning of the website or cause a change in the functioning and appearance of the website in your browser. 

Google Analytics

On this website we follow the statistical number of visits only for the purpose of obtaining required information on the attractiveness and success of our web pages and user activity. To do that, we use the third party service known as Google Analytics.

User activity is tracked to ensure the good functioning of the website and to improve user experience. Google Analytics does not identify the user even though it processes some types of private data like the IP address. This is achieved with data aggregation and anonymisation techniques such as IP masking.  

In order to provide you with the best user experience and to plan future activities efficiently, we use Google Analytics Advertising Reporting Features tool which provides insight into data related to gender, age and interests of users.  This data is based on third party cookies; it is also anonymous and cannot be used to identify users. Detailed information on this service and cookies it uses, as well as on users’ possibility to regulate the tracking of their activities is available at:

What are your rights?

At any time, you are free to ask us how the personal data that you provided is processed. You are also free to exercise the following rights:

  • access to your personal data
  • correction or modification of your personal data
  • deletion of your personal data
  • limitation to the processing of personal data
  • data transfer
  • withdrawal of consent to process personal data

We process personal data by strictly applying adequate technical and organisational safety measures to prevent any unauthorised data processing. Access to your personal data is available exclusively to the employees who need this data to provide services and give information about our services. We continually educate our employees on the importance of data privacy and on safeguarding your privacy and personal data. We only collect the indispensable data, and we do not keep the data longer than necessary, as prescribed by legal regulations.  

If you wish to exercise your rights, please email us a request asking for insight into your personal data, withdrawal of consent, deletion or modification of your personal data from our data base, to the following address: [email protected].

In accordance with valid legal regulations related to personal data protection, all your requests/enquiries will be dealt with as soon as possible, within a maximum of 30 days since receipt.  

If you feel some of your rights have been violated, you can send a complaint to the Croatian Personal Data Protection Agency – contact address: Martićeva ulica 14, HR-10 000 Zagreb, email: [email protected]

Date of last change of Privacy statement: 28 October 2020